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Im having problems with my Km25g 450 watts kithcenaid mixer. when i plug it in and turn it on it wont start at all. i checked the control board for burned out or worn out signs and did not find any. i know the motor itself is getting power put will not turn on. could it be the power cord? if not, what could i do?

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if you remove the top you will find a tiny fuse wrapped in a black band on the left side from the back. It connects two white wires which power the top-side motor brush. Most likely this needs to be replaced. You can check by bypassing it with roach clips or a copper wire. Unplug the machine first and be careful!

Posted on Feb 09, 2009

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SOURCE: Speed Control Unit test?

Take off the back cover. there should be 2 screws on top of a piece of metal, 1 on bottom. Start on turn. it should go about 1x a second. Turn the top scrws. Then go to 6. it should be 3x a second. Use the bottom screw to adjust that. When turn and 6 are corrrect, all other sppeeds are right. There might be something else in between the back cover and the 3 screw panel.

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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your problem sounds like the thermister is burnt out.

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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Check to see if the contact points on the control board are working. Adjust the screws at the top of the control board until the contacts make contact. That should fix your problem.

Posted on Feb 20, 2009

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Hi. Before you take your mixer apart, take a multimeter and test for continuity in the cord. Wiggle the ends of the cord while you're doing this in an attempt to make the cord fail. If it tests out OK, then you must get inside the mixer. If you have the ability to repair the mixer then do so, otherwise take it to a repair place for them to check it out.

Goto www.kitchenaid.com, enter your model # and search for the parts catalog for your mixer. Download the info. This will help you with the project

If this solution has assisted you, please rate it. Good luck! ricardok45

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